Playhouse Raffle Returns to Atlanta

Filed in NAHB Cares by on October 4, 2018 0 Comments
playhouse for HomeAid

The saltbox-style playhouse was designed by architect Mike Hart of The Hartwin Group.

Volunteers from Paran Homes and NAHB student chapter members from the Kennesaw State University’s construction management program have begun building a saltbox-style custom playhouse to benefit HomeAid Atlanta, the designated charity of the Greater Atlanta HBA.

Fifteen volunteers spent a morning last month completing the framing of the playhouse.

An online raffle to win the playhouse will begin Nov. 23 and run through Dec. 13. HomeAid Atlanta will announce the winner Dec. 14.

It’s the first playhouse raffle the charity has held in eight years, said HomeAid executive director Mandy Crater.

“We had such success with the event from 2004-2010 that it is a dream come true for us to begin construction on this miniature, custom home.  We are beyond grateful for the support and enthusiasm of Paran Homes, KSU, and all of the other donors for making Project Playhouse’s return a reality in 2018,” she said.

playhouse volunteers

Volunteers from Paran Homes and KSU gather for a photo.

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